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Biofilms are associated with EPS.  “EPS” is defined as: Extracellular polymeric substance Endoplasmic substrate Ectoplasmic substrate
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A diabetic patient presents with a neuropathic plantar ulcer of the right foot. Upon examination, there is moderate callus, no wound drainage, no erythema of the periwound, and full thickness skin loss. No bone or tendon is exposed. The most…
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The phases of wound healing (in correct order) are: A. Hemostasis, Proliferation, Inflammation, Remodeling B. Inflammation, Hemostasis, Proliferation, Remodeling C. Hemostasis, Inflammation, Proliferation, Remodeling D. Hemostasis, Inflammation…
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Biofilms are visible to the naked eye. A. True B. False
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Lymphedema is staged according to the amount and location of the swelling. A. True B. False
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For wound diagnosis coding, the terms “wound” and “ulcer” are interchangeable.   True or False?
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What percentage of amputations are a direct result of diabetic foot ulcers? A. 10% B. 45% C. 85% D. Diabetic foot ulcers are unrelated to amputations
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At what point is a wound determined to be “chronic”? A. After 1 month B. After 2 months C. After 3 months D. After 4 months
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Malnutrition and/or nutrient deficiencies can impair collagen synthesis, prolong inflammation, decrease phagocytosis to cause dysfunction of B and T cells, and ___________. A. Decrease the mechanical strength of the skin B. Increase the mechanical…
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Contact and/or noncontact, low-frequency ultrasonic debridement (LFUD) offers an alternative to which form of debridement? A. Autolytic B. Sharp C. Enzymatic D. None of the above
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When might a clinician consider opening the pouch >1/8 inch? A. Irregular stoma shape B. Stomal stenosis and small fecal stomas C. Enlarging stoma from a hernia D. All of the above
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